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The Path to Emotional Sobriety With Peter Landesman

This week, we welcome Peter Landesman, a journalist, novelist, and filmmaker, to share his compelling journey. Peter opens up about his 17-year substance use, highlighting the isolation it brought and his ultimate realization of its impact on his life. He reflects on the profound transformation he’s undergone since achieving sobriety and the importance of emotional sobriety in his personal growth. Peter’s story is a powerful testament to resilience and the pursuit of authentic connections and self-awareness.

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  1. You lost me at “sobriety”…
    What a useless word.. emotional health, emotional wellbeing, emotional recovery all would have been interesting..


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